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ATB - Rules of Engagement

I have already updated my "Who is Addicted to Blush" section, but I thought I would post it here as well just in case some people miss this.

As a blogger I receive mails requesting for product reviews, I have certain "Rules of Engagement" when it comes to these products:

1. All the products reviewed on "Addicted to Blush" have been paid for by me. Products that are sent for consideration have the same information listed clearly in big, bold letters below the post. I do not accept compensation for product reviews. 

2. Products / Samples sent to me are for consideration only. I do not provide any guarantee of review, positive or negative.

3. The review will not be submitted to the company / PR for audit or for any kind of revision prior to publication on this blog. I retain the final say on the review & its contents - which is based on my experience with the product only.


Comments

  1. totally love u for this!!! good to know that ATB is a neutral and honest blog for product reviews :) keep up the awesome work Tanveer :)

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  2. i second sam...i m in total awe for ATB n specially u tanveer for such honest attitude...u r awesome...*virtual hugg*

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    1. Awwww! Pavani, thank you so much :D *hugs back* :D

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  3. U r one of the pioneers in Indian beauty blogging and I have loved and still love your blog as you post true and honest reviews. Keep up the good work Tanveer

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    1. Thanks a lot Anju - that is so sweet of you :D

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  4. Love your honest work Tanz, keep it up!You are a huge inspiration :)

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  5. glad that you posted this offlate i have started losing trust on a lot of blogs, whether they just write positive review cos they are paid for it

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    1. Honestly Retnu, I wrote this more for the PR guys so they know upfront how I operate.

      Some of them are really weird, and act like they are doing some major favour to me by "letting" me review their products. I just wanted to make things clear so such PR firms stay away from wasting my time as well as theirs.

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  6. Awesome...and I guess its just because of this honesty that we all love you and ATB more and more..

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    1. Thanks a lot GGG - your support means a lot to me :D

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